Luke's Web Page
Adoption Fee $450 plus tax
Rescue ID: 18419
Breed: Doberman PinscherLearn more about the Doberman Pinscher.
Sex: Male (neutered)
Current Size: 60 Pounds
General Potential Size: Large
Current Age: 1 Year 3 Months (best estimate)
Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor Only
Good with Dogs: Yes
Luke is looking for an extremely patient forever home. Forever home must have a confident resident dog and a fenced in yard
Luke is a 14-month-old, purebred Doberman Pincher. He is crate, leash, and potty trained. He loves playing with other dogs and attending doggy daycare with his foster mommy 5 days a week. Luke is a higher energy dog that loves walks, playing, and running. Luke loves ALL the toys and bones. Luke loves to take naps and sleep in his foster Mom's bed.
Luke is his happiest with the other resident dogs and does great with all breeds and sizes.
Luke's past is unknown, which leads me to what makes Luke special. Luke is not your typical people-pleasing puppy. He does not seek out human attention like other dogs. After he learns he can trust you, he will allow you to pet him. We can tell there is something special inside him that is dying to come out. Luke has gained a lot of confidence in these last few months. He has had several adventures to training classes, trying out other daycares, and has even had a mini Stay-cation at Stone Mountain boarding for a night. Luke still prefers women over men at this time, but a male in the house would be beneficial for his continued growth.
Luke takes along time to warm up, but watching his little nub tail wag when he sees you is so worth the wait!!!!!
PETFINDER VIEWERS: Find our applications at www.midwestanimalrescue.org
*The pet you are viewing is a rescued pet which is most often from an animal control facility and does not come with a pedigree. The breed(s) listed are our best guess and are in no way guaranteed. Sometimes the pets appear to be a particular breed(s) in the pictures we receive from our rescue partners and when they arrive we are surprised to see an entirely different breed(s) in person! If you choose to DNA test your adopted pet, test results may vary from company to company and our breed guess may not be reflected in those results as it is just that, our best guess. It is with deep longing that we wish there was a breed called "cute" as we believe all of our dogs would fall under this new breed classification!
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